Bon Echo Provincial Park in Lennox & Addington County has been a favourite destination for visitors for over 50 years. Arguably the most beautiful of Ontario's Provincial Parks, the focal point of Bon Echo is Mazinaw Rock. At 1.5 km (1 mile) long and 100 m (330') high, "the Rock" offers a spectacular setting at this 9,945 hectare (20,494 acre) outdoor oasis.
The Big Bright Light Show - and its 750,000 LED Christmas lights - is now playing nightly throughout the holiday season.
The hamlet of Tamworth in Lennox & Addington County has established itself as a sought after tour stop for both up-and-coming and well-established Canadian musicians.
You're invited to attend a special screening of the 2017 Geocaching International Film Festival finalists at the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives, located at 97 Thomas Street East in Napanee.
It's your chance to enjoy the entire reel of 17 finalist films from the 2017 Geocaching International Film Festival. The event is on Saturday, November 4th from 2:00 - 4:30 pm. The video reel is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes and showtime will be at 2:30pm.
The leaves may be gone, but it's a great time to hop on your motorcycle and tour Lennox & Addington County.
We have six routes to choose from that highlight our the natural beauty, unique history and rural charm that Lennox & Addington County has to offer.
Check out our website for detailed route itineraries, complete with turn-by-turn directions, GPS uploads and links to restaurants and attractions found along the way.
If you're looking for a fun, family outing this fall, there are plenty of apple-related adventures you can take in L&A County.
The Province of Ontario recently launched applications for Celebrate Ontario 2018. If you're planning on hosting a festival and event organizers, you're encouraged to apply for funding.
Celebrate Ontario is a grant program that helps tourism festival and event organizers enhance their programming, activities and services so that they can draw more tourists and create jobs in communities across the province.
The Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area proudly presents their final stargazing evenings of the 2017 season. Witness the ‘Early Autumn Sky’ on Friday, September 22nd & Saturday, September 23rd from 9 – 10:30pm (weather permitting).
Road cyclists are invited to enjoy a leisurely ride along some of the best roads in Ontario at the '2017 Discover L&A Ride'. This second annual event takes place along the roads of Lennox & Addington County on Saturday, September 23rd.
For only $25, participants will have access to six rest stops, entrance into two historic sites, as well as two wine tastings at local vineyards found along the route. At the end of the ride, a glass of locally crafted MacKinnon beer will be provided to all registrants, if desired.
One of nature’s prime sights will soon be taking place in the night skies overhead. Each year in August is the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, the northern hemisphere's finest annual display of 'shooting stars'.